Pokémon Scarlet And Violet Classes
A detailed guide about classes in Pokémon Scarlet And Violet and their importance.

Pokémon Scarlet & Violet Classes: Answers & Rewards

There are many classes in Pokémon Scarlet And Violet that players can attend in return for knowledge and rewards.

A huge part of Academies is the classes, just like in Scarlet and Violet Academy. Attending classes here might be up to the player but these classes are beneficial, especially for new players. Each class has its own rewards to give upon attending. Let’s find out in detail what are these classes in Pokémon Scarlet And Violet and why are they so important.


Key Takeaways

  • There are 7 classes players can attend.
  • Classes might be optional to take but they provide benefits if players decide to take them.
  • No class is too long and only contains dialogue scenes and a question for the player.
  • Upon attending classes, players can also participate in Midterms and Final Exams.

All Classes In Pokémon Scarlet And Violet

At-Front-Desk-To-Attend-Class
At Front Desk To Attend Class

Whether you head off to Uva Academy in Pokémon Violet or Naranja Academy in Pokémon Scarlet, the concept of classes in both Academies happens to correspond with each other. Players can attend the Academy’s classes by interacting with the administrator at the front desk, attending a speech, and completing story-related gyms. Not much needs to be done to be able to attend a class. 

There are a total of 7 Classes players can attend, give Midterm and Final exams of, and gain rewards in return. By attending these classes players, especially new players gain beginners’ knowledge and battling skills are taught too. 

But don’t worry, every class you take is 3-4 minutes long. The teacher gives a lecture and then asks a question from the player (no consequences for being wrong). Each Subject’s class contains Eight lectures in total. Not all classes are unlocked at once, first, the player is required to complete gyms which will eventually lead to more class options available. Following are the classes players can currently attend in the Academy:

  • Biology
  • Math
  • History
  • Languages
  • Battle Studies
  • Art
  • Home Ec

Biology will help players learn in-depth about Pokémon’s Behaviour, Breeding, and how and where to catch up. Pokémon eggs are also an interesting topic Biology teaches about. In Math, players learn about Damage stats, percentages, and basic math calculations. History classes teach players about Paldea lore and historical locations. Languages might be more boring than others, teaching basic languages, communication with Pokémon, and different names. 

Battle Studies is considered fairly important, it helps players learn battle skills, techniques, terastallizing, and attacking. By attending Art lessons, players gain general knowledge related to the Pokémon universe along with other basic things. Home Ec helps players get Pokémon food consumption knowledge and meals.  

Is Attending Classes Necessary

Taking classes is not a required task to perform in order to progress in-game. Players can simply avoid attending classes with no consequences in return. These classes/lectures are more like the tutorial part you skip if you are familiar with the game you are playing. However, we suggest you do the opposite. 

Unlike other game tutorials, in Pokémon Scarlet And Violet, players get rewards for attending classes and learning game mechanics, and that is why we encourage you to not skip lectures. Each class will have eight lectures to attend. After three lectures, players will give their Midterms. Upon clearing the exam, they will be rewarded. After six lectures, players will finally give Finals, and just like Midterms, they will get rewards for clearing the exam. Once all 8 lectures are attended, you will get more rewards. 

So, if you want to skip classes and participate in something more fun in the Academy, go on. But attending these classes will benefit you more than you think. Players should never turn away from additional knowledge and rewards.   

Answers For Midterms And Finals

If you don’t want to take heed during your class and still want to clear exams for the purpose of claiming rewards, you can check out the answers to Midterms and Finals. Yeah, maybe its cheating, but not everyone is interested in taking classes while enjoying a game. There are only 5 questions that appear in Midterms and Finals both, so don’t worry about it being a time-consuming process.

With no judgments, we have listed down all the questions that will appear in a class’s Midterms and Finals along with their correct answer. 

Biology 

Biology-exam
Biology Exam

Midterms Answers

Q1: What button would you use to let a Pokémon out of its ball so it can walk with you?

  • B) ZR Button  

Q2: Combine one letter and one number below to correctly say when and where eggs are found.

  • A) A, 2

Q3: Which of the following is an effective way to warm up eggs?

  • B) Walking Around

Q4: What will NOT make Pokémon easier to catch?

  • A) Giving them a Berry

Q5: What will make it easier to catch a Pokémon of higher and higher levels?

  • C) Gym Badges

Finals Answers

Q1: How many of the following four methods make it easier to catch a Pokemon? Inflicting paralysis, Using a Poké Toy, Feeding it a Berry, Surprising it from behind.

  • Two

Q2: True or False? You can get new Pokémon only by catching them yourself or training with other Trainers.

  • False

Q3: If a Pokémon is holding an Everstone, will using an item that induces Evolution, such as Fire Stone, cause it to evolve?

  • B) No, it won’t

Q4: What is the probability of running into a Shiny Pokémon?

  • B) 1 in 4000

Q5: True or False? The Pokémon known as Oricorio has three forms.

  • False 

Math 

Math-Exam
Math Exam

Midterms Answers

Q1: How much Damage does Water Gun do when it hits a Fire-type Pokémon?

  • C) Double Damage

Q2: How much Damage does Razor Leaf do when it hits a Fire-type Pokémon?

  • A) Half Damage

Q3: If you spent $2,000 on as many $200 Poké Balls as possible, how many would you get?

  • C) Eleven

Q4: What percent chance does a Pokémon usually have to land a critical hit?

  • B) About 4 percent

Q5: How much Damage does a move deal when it lands a critical hit?

A: B) One-and-a-half times as much

Finals Answers 

Q1: How many Great Balls could you purchase with $3,000 if each one costs $600?

  • A) Five

Q2: If a Water-type move with a power of 100 lands a critical hit on a Grass-type Pokémon, what will the move’s power be?

  • B) 75

Q3: Under normal conditions, what percent chance does Stone Edge have to land a critical hit?

  • C) About 12 percent 

Q4: If a Pokémon uses Swords Dance twice to boost its Attack by four stages, how much damage will its physical moves then do? 

  • B) Triple Damage

Q5: If a Rock-type Pokémon whose Tera Type is Rock Terastallizes, what will the power of its Rock-type moves be multiplied by?

  • C) 2

History

History-Exam
History Exam

Midterms Answers

Q1: What is the name of the geological formation in the center of the Paldea region?

  • A) The Great Crater of Paldea

Q2: What was long believed to rest in the depths of Area Zero?

  • C) Treasure

Q3: How many years ago did the Palean Empire begin to rule this region?

  • B) Approximately 2,000 years ago

Q4: How many years ago was this academy built?

  • A) 805 years ago

Q5: Those seeking ___ need look no further than the oranges of Paldea.

  • C) Knowledge

Finals Answers

Q1: What is the area within the Great Crater of Paldea called?

  • B) Area Zero 

Q2: How many years ago was this academy founded?

  • A) 805 years ago

Q3: Which of these did not appear in the Paldean fairy tale about the four treasures?

  • B) A Folding Fan

Q4: Which Area Zero Expedition member wrote the record of the team’s activities?

  • C) Heath

Q5: How many years ago did Professor Sada invent Tera Orbs?

  • C) 10 years ago

Languages

Language-Exam
Languages Exam

Midterms Answers

Q1: Gracias, arigato, merci, and xiexie all share the same meaning. What is it?

  • A) Thank you

Q2: Which of the following means “delicious”?

  • B) Delicieux

Q3: Which of these phrases doesn’t belong?

  • D) Time to eat

Q4: When speaking with a person, what is the first step to smooth communication?

  • A) Compliment them

Q5: What is your beloved teacher’s name?

  • C) Salvatore

Finals Answers

Q1: Which of the following means “delicious”?

  • B) Delicieux

Q2: What do these two foreign phrases mean? Je t’aime! Ich liebe dich!

  • B) I love you 

Q3: Based on what you just heard, what emotion do you think Pikachu was expressing?

  • B) Anger 

Q4: Based on what you just heard, what emotion do you think Pikachu was expressing?

  • A) Happiness

Q5: What is your beloved teacher’s name?

  • D) Salvatore

Battle Studies

Battle-Studies-Exam
Battle Studies Exam

Midterms Answers

Q1: The higher a Pokémon’s Sp. Def, the less damage it takes from ___ attacks.

  • B) Special

Q2: Which of the following has no effect on a move’s damage?

  • C) The move’s name 

Q3: How many Trainers are on a Tera Raid Battle team?

  • B) Four

Q4: What is an effective method for breaking an opponent’s Tera Shield?

  • B) Terastallizing and attacking

Q5: What is Ms. Dendra’s favorite type?

  • A) Fighting 

Finals Answers

Q1: Which cheer boosts Attack and Sp. Atk for all allies during a Tera Raid Battle?

  • A) Go all out!

Q2: What do we call the battles that Pokémon sent out with the R Button to do on their own? 

  • C) Auto Battles

Q3: How should you obtain LP?

  • B) Exchange Materials

Q4: High-level Pokémon are adjusted to what level when using Flat Rules in Link Battles?

  • A) Lv. 50

Q5: When using Normal Rules in Link Battles, you can use multiple Pokémon of the same species and multiples of the same held items.

  • A) True 

Art 

Art-Exam
Art Exam

Midterms Answers

Q1: What is the name of the gemstone that glows over a Pokémon’s head when it Terastallizes?

  • A) Tera Jewel

Q2: When the answer to question 1 is in the shape of flowers, what type does it represent?

  • A) The Grass type

Q3: What shape are most snowflakes classified as?

  • B) Hexagon

Q4: Where is the eatery that allows you to change a Tera Type?

  • C) Medali

Q5: What makes something beautiful?

  • D) There’s no correct answer

Finals Answers

Q1: What is the name of the restaurant where you can change a Pokémon’s Tera Type?

  • B) The Treasure Eatery

Q2: What is the name of Brassius’s signature art installation that we discussed in class?

  • C) Surrendering Sunflora

Q3: How many waterfalls are counted among the Ten Sights of Paldea?

  • A) Two

Q4: Where can you find the Million Volt Skyline?

  • B) Levincia

Q5: The marks a Pokémon has are present when you first meet and none can be added later.

  • B) False

Home Ec

Home-Ec-Exam
Home Ec Exam

Midterms Answers

Q1: Which is not an effect of a picnic meal? 

  • C) Increasing Speed

Q2: Which of the following affects the kind of Meal Power received from a particular meal?

  • A) Fillings and condiments

Q3: Which of these Berries can restore a Pokémon‘s HP?

  • C) Oran Berry 

Q4: Leandro wanted his Pokémon to decide on its own when to use its item in battle, so he gave it an Oran Berry. This will work as he hopes.

  • A) True

Q5: If a move runs out of PP, it can no longer be used. If a Pokémon runs out of PP for all its moves, it can only sit there in frustration.

  • B) False

Finals Answers

Q1: Which of the following Meal Powers makes it easier to come across Shiny Pokémon?

  • A) Sparkling Power

Q2: Which of the following is NOT an effect of Egg Power?

  • B) It helps hatch strong Pokémon

Q3: What is a simple yet important tactic for increasing the effectiveness of Meal Powers?

  • C) Make food with others

Q4: What is the correct action to take when your adorable Pokémon become dirty?

  • A) Pokémon Wash

Q5: This is a question about academy rules. Should you change your uniform tops and bottoms to properly match each season?

  • B) It doesn’t matter

Rewards From Classes

The main reward you can claim from classes is by clearing the exams of each class. Sadly, the reward does not contain a variety of things but it does provide Exp. Candies. These Exp. Candies are quite useful as they help your Pokémon gain experience points to grow upon consumption. The Exp. candies can come in different sizes such as extra small, small, moderate, large, and extra large. 

Midterms Reward

After taking 3 out of 8 classes, teachers will take Midterms from students. In order to clear this Midterm examination and gain a reward, players need to answer 3 out of 5 given questions correctly. Upon doing so, players can collect the reward from the administration’s front desk. On passing a midterm, players can collect x5 Exp. Candies S (Small). Once players have managed to take all 7 classes and pass the Midterms of each, they get rewarded further with x35 Exp. Candies S.

Finals Reward

Once players attend 6 out of 8 lectures, they can give Finals by enrolling from the front desk. To clear Finals, players have to answer 4 out of 5 given questions correctly. Once they have cleared a Final examination, they get x5 Exp. Candies M (Moderate). After a lot of hard work for clearing all 7 classes Finals, players get an additional x35 Exp. Candies as a reward.

Classes Completion Reward

There are 7 Midterms and 7 Finals after including each class. So, in total players have to attend all classes for these 14 Exams to attend. Once they have attended and cleared all of the 14 exams, players will be rewarded by Director Clavell. This reward will include x5 Exp. Candies L (Large) making it a must to collect. 

Teacher Reward

After attending each class in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, make sure to keep an eye out for teachers roaming around, and if they are available to talk, you can easily spot them through the map. Talking to teachers can result in them giving you a gift (a little unprofessional we agree) if you create a closer bond with them. These rewards include:

  • Biology Teacher: Rewards you for catching PokémonS.
  • Math Teacher: Rewards you Rock Tera Shards.
  • History Teacher: Rewards you by revealing Shrine Locations that can be explored.
  • Languages Teacher: Rewards you with a Pokémon Gallarian Meowth.
  • Battle Studies Teacher: Rewards you with 10 Bottles of Protein for Strength and Happiness.
  • Art Teacher: Rewards you with Dragon Tera Shards to change Tera types.
  • Home Ec Teacher: Rewards you with Sweet Herba Mystica Quest for Shiny Pokémon.

Final Remarks

Classes are indeed boring even in the Pokémon Universe, but hard work pays off. That’s why classes pay you with lots of rewards in return. We have already assisted you with exams by providing the answers here. So, don’t be lazy and be a top student in your Academy! 

We hope our detailed guide about Pokémon Scarlet and Violet classes helps you on your Pokémon journey. Have Fun!

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